Justin BrakeAPTN NewsA professor in Nova Scotia known for expressing anti-Indigenous racism and residential school denialism is…
A symposium in Happy Valley-Goose Bay this week brought together researchers, community leaders and land protectors.
High profile events reveal the racism inherent in settler colonialism but observers hope Canadians are coming away with a clearer understanding of their country’s history.
In total, 38 people testified in Moncton, most of them in private.
Inquiry is on the cusp of submitting its request for a two-year extension says Audette.
“We are the lawmakers. We are the lifegivers. And we understand the land to be part of us.”
“We feel Nalcor’s response is insensitive to the concerns of those who live downstream of this project.”
“We want the park renamed, we don’t want this to be Cornwallis Park.”
Justin Brake APTN News An eagle circled overhead as the statue of Edward Cornwallis came…